Southeast Alaska Birding Trail Wrangell

Wrangell Townsite

Approximately 50 species have been documented in Wrangell.

The town of Wrangell is a great place to explore on foot with several other close birding sites within short walking distance including: Mount Dewey Trail, Ferry Terminal, City Dock, Shake’s Island and Volunteer Park Trail. The town provides a great access to coastal birding of Zimovia Strait and the rich waters of the Stikine River Delta. Approximately 50 species have been documented in Wrangell including a wide mix of waterfowl, seabirds, shorebirds, passerines and many other types of bird species.


Downtown Wrangell Alaska: access by airplane, ferry or cruise ship.

White-crowned Sparrow.
White-crowned Sparrow. Photo: John Schoen

Trail Information:

Mount Dewey Trail and Volunteer Park Trails are located close to town.

Birding Resources:

Bird Species Checklist:

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